Texas State Chrome Trailer Hitch Cover
Jul11

Texas State Chrome Trailer Hitch Cover

The shape of Texas is one of those things that, once seen, is hard to forget. Texas’ current shape evolved through a series of treaties, beginning with the 1819 Adams-Onis agreement between the United States and Spain that established the Red and Sabine rivers as boundaries. The Compromise of 1850, which established the Rio Grand as Texas’ southwestern border, severed New Mexico and northern tracts from Texas and gave the...

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Texas Lone Star Trailer Hitch Cover
Jul11

Texas Lone Star Trailer Hitch Cover

The Texas Lone Star State nickname originates from the star on the 1836 flag of the Republic of Texas. The world-famous Lone Star is also found on the Texas Flag the Texas State seal as well as the Texas state commemorative quarter. Now you can demonstrate your pride in the Lone Star State with our best-selling Texas hitch cover. This chrome lone star circle hitch cover is made entirely from high quality 1/4″ steel. You...

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USS LEXINGTON Museum on the Bay – Corpus Christi, Texas
Mar13

USS LEXINGTON Museum on the Bay – Corpus Christi, Texas

USS Lexington Families, school classes and scout troops won’t want to miss visiting the vintage WWII naval aircraft carrier that is now situated as a floating museum in Corpus Christi, Texas. The USS Lexington has had an illustrious career, and holds the distinction of having the longest term of continuous use and longest list of records set, more than any other aircraft carrier in the US Navy since it was commissioned in 1943. The...

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Texas Ranger Hall of Fame – Waco, Texas
Mar13

Texas Ranger Hall of Fame – Waco, Texas

The Texas Ranger Hall of Fame No, we’re not talking about a baseball team, we’re talking about the historic Texas Ranger Division, the world-famous law enforcement agency that has been solving crimes in the State of Texas since 1823. Texas Rangers provided protection in the Republic of Texas from 1836 – 1845, and with a brief exception immediately following the Civil War, have done so since Texas became a state. At the present time...

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The Story Of Texas Museum – Austin, Texas
Mar09

The Story Of Texas Museum – Austin, Texas

The Story of Texas Museum Named after a former state Lieutenant Governor, The Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum opened in April of 2001. Funded by the Texas State Legislature and reviewed and approved by respected state historians, the high-tech museum offers numerous interactive exhibits, special effects and an IMAX theatre to provide a Texas experience that is larger than life. The museum facilities have been thoughtfully and...

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